- a device for breathing in therapeutic vapours through the nose or mouth, esp one for
relieving nasal congestion or asthma
- a person who inhales
Translations for 'inhaler'
- British English: inhaler An inhaler is a small device that helps you to breathe more easily if you have asthma or a bad cold. You put it in your mouth and breathe in deeply, and it sends a small amount of a drug into your lungs.ɪnˈheɪlə NOUN
- Arabic: جِهَازٌ لِلتَنَشُّق
- Brazilian Portuguese: inalador
- Chinese: 吸入器
- Croatian: inhalator
- Czech: inhalátor
- Danish: inhalator
- Dutch: inhaleertoestel
- European Spanish: inhalador
- Finnish: inhalaattori
- French: inhalateur
- German: Inhalationsapparat
- Greek: εισπνευστήρας
- Italian: inalatore
- Japanese: 吸入器
- Korean: 흡입기
- Norwegian: inhalator
- Polish: inhalator
- Portuguese: inalador
- Romanian: inhalator inhalatoare
- Russian: ингалятор
- Spanish: inhalador
- Swedish: inhalator
- Thai: เครื่องสูบอากาศหรือยาเข้าปอด
- Turkish: inhalasyon cihazı
- Ukrainian: інгалятор
- Vietnamese: ống xịt thuốc
Example Sentences Including 'inhaler'
"Like I said, I saw her use the inhaler in the car when she first started feeling weird.
Did you give her the inhaler again when she became worse out on the moor?
Finlay got into the inhaler business somewhat by chance after getting a call from local pediatric lung specialist Peter Zuberbuhler.
For example, it is vital they can find their inhaler at all times.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
One of the most startling exhibits is Keith Coventry's cast of an asthma inhaler.
British Medical Journal (2002)
She used that inhaler thing she carried with her, but it didn't do any good.
The inhaler , conceived by Defence Department researchers, will contain the powerful antibiotic ciproflaxacin.
The only drawback was he had asthma and had to use his inhaler sometimes at half-time.
Sun, News of the World (2000)
Use a mild decongestant ( inhaler , spray, drops or tablets) an hour or so before landing.
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